Why Juice?

7th January 2018
why juice

Every day people tell you how great juicing is. Juicing articles appear in every health and lifestyle magazine. But why is it such news? Why juice?

Why Juice?

Juicing is something that gets good press and bad press. An article praising the benefits of juicing is immediately followed by an article explaining why juice is bad as it contains too much sugar. Like everything else that appears in the media,  you need to be sensible. If you drink 100 glasses of juice a day, then yes this will not be good for you. If you are sensible, you will see why juice is one of the best things you can add to your daily menu.

Why Juice Fruit and Vegetables.

We know we should eat more fruit and vegetables. You will have a better quality of life if you have a better quality of food. However, it is very hard to eat the fruit and veg that we need on a daily basis. Juicing is a quick, easy, and surprisingly tasty way to ensure we are eating sufficient fruit and veg. This is the first reason why juice is an important component of your daily diet.

Suppress Your Appetite.

Did you know that juice can help you suppress your appetite? Not only will having a glass of vegetable juice provide you with a load of nutrients, but it will also fill your stomach. It fools your body into thinking that you’ve just eaten a meal. The fibre in fruit and vegetables keeps you feeling full for a long time. This full feeling will curb your desire to eat. This is why juice is described as an appetite suppressant.

Benefits From Different Juices.

You have heard that you should eat the rainbow. The same applies with juicing. When it comes to juicing, you want to keep in mind that there are different benefits from different juices. This is why juice contains a mix of fruit and vegetables. One such benefit is the fact that the juice from cabbage is a great natural way to heal stomach ulcers. This is not meant to replace other methods, but it may work great for you in addition to what you are already doing. Surprisingly, lettuce is good for helping you sleep.

Fresh Vegetables.

Juicing is an excellent way to use up a glut of fruit or vegetables. Especially if you grow your own. But you need to ensure you are using fresh healthy veg not leftover veg you are about to throw out. This is so you benefit from both the nutrients, and the taste.

For example, when making carrot juice, make absolutely sure to get fresh, healthy carrots. Signs of old carrots are rubberiness, limpness, wilted tops, and excessive cracking. Look for carrots that have a full colour, are firm to the touch, and have green, leafy tops. These carrots will produce the freshest, sweetest juice. If you wouldn’t eat it raw, don’t juice it.

Drink Juice Immediately.

If you are getting into juicing for health benefits, you need to remember to drink all your juice in one sitting. The second the juice is made, it will start to lose some nutrients. The faster you can drink it, the more of the health benefits you will be receiving.

Buying a Juicer.

You need to have a juicer, but it doesn’t need to be overly expensive. Just make sure that you buy a juicer made of high enough quality that it will work efficiently and last a long time. This is important if you plan to use your juicer regularly. A good juicer will make as much juice as you want, be easy to maintain and clean, and last a long time. Don’t try to skimp on price or you might end up buying more juicers than you want to; bad juicers just don’t stand the test of time.

As you can see from this site, there are a lot of great things about juicing. There are many good reasons why juice is a great habit to start. The health benefits alone should make you want to start doing it. Take this advice and make a positive change for yourself and your family. Kids love juice and they are much more likely to drink it than to eat any vegetables you put on their plate. Once you all get into juicing, kids love to select the fruit and veg for their own juice

2 comments
prateekranjan14 - 9th January 2018

Great work!! Best of luck for your blog and thanks for following 😊👍

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Sneakpeekintomykitchen - 12th January 2018

Good info.

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